The publications and design office creates or assists in creating printed materials—postcards, pamphlets, posters, brochures, and other promotional items—for Luther College offices and departments. If a print project is intended for an off-campus audience, it must at least be approved by the publications and design office. Let us look at it via email (email@example.com) or stop by our office (263 Dahl Centennial Union).
We will assist with work for the campus audience as time permits, and please do ask for help if you want it.
Be prepared to submit all of your text and artwork at least one month before you need your project completed. Simple projects may take much less time, and may be finished earlier, but if our office has a lengthy queue of projects, we may not be able to handle yours immediately.
If you are doing an entirely new project, give us a heads-up (firstname.lastname@example.org or 387-1353) as soon as you decide to do the project, and we will work out a deadline schedule with you. Ideally, we’d like know about a new project six months before it has to be completed.
When we have your Print Work Request Form (or see list), along with all of your text and artwork, we can begin work on your project.
What you get with these deadlines:
To conceptualize the piece, answer these questions:
Once you've done some thinking about your project, contact the Publications office by filling out the web form at www.luther.edu/print-work. This step is essential.
Filling out this form sends the requested information to the publications office and enters your project into the publications project database, which helps office personnel assign your project to the appropriate person and enables them to better keep track of your project.
Once you've filled out the Print Work Request form and your project has been assigned, a publications staff member will contact you to begin work on your project.